Gender Norms

Gender expression and its labels are products of social and cultural norms, not biological imperatives. The behaviors, mannerisms, and roles traditionally associated with being a “woman” or a “man” are not determined by any inherent biological factors. Instead, they are shaped by societal expectations and constructs.

In other words, there is no scientific evidence to suggest that certain behaviors or characteristics inherently define someone as a “woman” or a “man.” These labels are fluid and can vary greatly across different cultures and time periods. What it means to be a “woman” or a “man” is largely defined by the society in which one lives, rather than any inherent biological traits.

TL/DR: Gender norms are made up, and the points (made by those who disagree) don’t matter. Gender is not binary, but is instead a spectrum, and should be inclusive and all-accepting.



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